Dr. Shirley Johnson began working for civil rights at the age of 10, inspired by the example of her father and leaders such as Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Medgar Evers and Rosa Parks. As a marriage education instructor, Dr. Johnson today helps teens and young adults embrace what she calls "one of the greatest blessings human beings have been given."
Cecil and Mary Robinson eat and breathe football and a passion for empowering couples to win at marriage.
When couples began approaching Pastors Steffon and Audrey Josey about relationship issues, they realized they needed concrete, practical, proven solutions. Since training in PAIRS, they've touched the lives of hundreds of couples, singles and youth in the U.S. and internationally.
Fabiola Ana Torrez teaches relationship building skills to parents of special needs children in South Florida to help them face life together and give youngsters the greatest opportunity to fulfill their potential.
Lauren DelGandio came to a marriage education class in 2007 for skills to strengthen her marriage of 14 years. Four years later, she's helped more than a 1,000 others discover greater love, happiness and pleasure in their closest relationships.
Through the Fatherhood Program at the Shelby County Correction Center, Bree Kuykindall helps couples separated by incarceration discover that communication is key to healthy relationships and a building block to prevent recidivism.
Virginia Satir's "I Am Me" answers a young girls challenge: “What is life all about anyway? Life makes no sense. What’s the meaning of it all?”